Monthly Archives: May 2013

A Bride in Blue

by cheri block Out on the beach with the stunning mountains of Maui rising in the north and Hawaiian music playing quietly in the background, a wedding was taking place,  the vows exchange scheduled to coincide with the setting of … Continue reading

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The Gates to a President’s Hell: Water and the IRS

by cheri block At the end of August 1973, after spending the summer eating ice cream sundaes and pistachio nuts, guacamole and whipped cream, I gave birth to a baby girl. I was twenty-three years old. Most women in those … Continue reading

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Marriage in Oxymoronica

by cheri block I live with a logical man who speaks in logical vocabulary, thinks to himself logically, and espouses logical fact-based opinions often; that is, his posturing takes place about as often as I think intuitively, elliptically, and emotionally. … Continue reading

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